The Department of Pharmacy

The Department of Pharmacy

Pharmacy is the backbone of the medical profession and a pharmacist share the stage with doctors in alleviating the pain of the afflicted on mankind. The Pharmacy Council of India(PCI) has accorded its recognition to the institution for meeting its high and exacting standards.


To become a leader in pharmacy and pharmaceutical education, research and practice is necessary with the ultimate goal of providing excellent & innovative measures in patient care and drug-development.


Research in the pharmaceutical & clinical sciences and its translation into health care is a key component of our mission. This will be achieved through collaborative environment, where guiding principles are personal integrity, respect for humanity and human diversity, and professionalism.

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Research Projects Received by the Department.

  • Institute has collaborated with LPS Institute of cardiology and received a project worth rupees 17.55 Lacs by Indian Council of Medical Research. PI- Dr. Vinay Krishna(Cardiology), CO-PI - Dr. Pranay Wal (Dean Pharmacy, PSIT), Ms Ankita Wal,(Associate Professor) Dr. A.K Rai (Director Pharmacy)
  • A project by UPCST has been received by the institute under Dr. Pranay Wal for 11 lakh rupees.
    Co-Investigator Dr. Ruchi Tiwari. (Associate Professor)
  • Obtained research grant entitled "Stimuli sensitive mesoporous silica nanopreparation based sustained drug delivery system for Cancer" from AKTU, Lucknow under VRPS. The PI for the project is Dr. A. K. Rai (Director Pharmacy) , Co PI- Dr. Swatantra Kushwaha
  • The faculty consist of 5 doctortes and 9 who are pursuing their PHD.


Institute of Pharmacy has been an impressive record of Patents. The Pharmacy Institute has got three Patents last year, A total of 8 patents were filed and 5 published till date.

Publications (Last one Year )

2 chapters published in Elsevier, 2 e-books published and 15 articles published in reputed journals like Science Direct, Elsevier, Bentham and Scopus

Merit Positions:

3rd and 9th position in AKTU Merit list in the year 2016-17. Anmol Gupta bagged bronze medal and Ashita Sareen scored 9th position in the merit list.


The Institute of Pharmacy has successfully launched a journal titled, "JOURNAL OF DRUG DISCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT".


Institute has launched and successfully published a Magazine called, "PHARMAFOCUS".

Approvals for Research:

The Department Pharmacy in PSIT has CPCSEA Approval for 5 years from Government of India for performing basic level research in established animal house as per Animal Welfare Division and PCI standards. The institute has also received approval from AKTU to become a research centre.